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Websites to Explore

Civil War Stories - a National Park Service website

The Civil War Trust - a historical information collected as part of the effort to preserve battlefields

Civil War Culture - History Channel collection of sourcces

Civil War Technology - History Channel collection

History Channel Topics - search here for more details on specific people or areas of interest

Naval History -Naval History and Heritage Commad, Civil War History pages 

Joseph Henry, Civil War Science Advisor - Archived Smithsonian Exhibit

CivilWar@Smithsonian - web and print resources

Women's Civil War Diaries - Duke University digitized collection and guide

Civil War Diaries & Letters - VMI Collection

eHistory Civil War Research Collection - Ohio State University, Department of History


Library of Congress & National Archives Resources

Chronicling America - digitized newspapers from 1836-1922

Civil War Photographs - entry point for several collections

The Civil War in America - an exhibition at The Library of Congress

Civil War Faces - a collection of photos from The Library of Congress

Mathew Brady Civil War Photograph Collection - from The National Archives


Everyone Should Find Something Here!

This is a 6 volume encyclopedia of the Civil War.

It is available only electronically. Click the image of the book to open it and search.


Books in Biddle Library

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Slave Narratives - William L. Andrews; Henry Louis Gates
ISBN: 1883011760

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I Was Born a Slave - Yuval Taylor (Editor); Charles Johnson (Foreword by)
ISBN: 1556523351

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The Civil War - Rachel Filene Seidman
ISBN: 0195115589
A history in documents.


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